February 26th, 2014
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As chief futurist at Intel Labs, Steve Brown envisions future trends in technology and business. From driverless cars to human-like robots, Brown says the next decade will bring innovations that have so far been seen only in the world of science fiction.

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  3. Damien

    These innovations are long-expected. For good or bad, robots and advanced technology will continue to invade our daily living. It's like you tell your grandparents about all the capabilities a smart phone has. In their time there was no phone at all. Imagine how much the world has changed in just a little more than half a decade.

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